In 1876, Lakota chief Crazy Horse helped lead his people's resistance against the white man's invasion of the northern Great Plains. One of the leaders of the US military forces was Army Lt. Col. George Armstrong Custer. The men had long been enemies. These warriors were alike in many ways, yet they often collided in deadly rivalry.
Providing 140 full-color and black-and-white photographs, a National Book Award winner presents the US Farm Security Administration’s visual record of the Great Depression as its photographers used their cameras as weapons against poverty and racism—and in service of hope.
Without avoiding the dark side of technology, this comprehensive reference book empowers teens to take charge of their digital life and improve their mental health and well-being. Quizzes and exercises guide readers through the process of evaluating their relationships with their screens, social media and tech in general.